• The Still Life palette is developed by Barber Osgerby for Scandinavian colour and design house, Blēo.
    Still Life by Barber Osgerby

    If colour brings life to spaces and objects, a specific dynamism is generated when two colours are set alongside one another. The 18-shade palette of Barber Osgerby’s Still Life derives from the use of such pairings and adjacencies in art: where a painter selects one colour for a form and a second for its shadow. Still Life is also an expression of the way in which these chromatic interactions are impacted by the character of the ambient light, according to the time of day and the cycle of the seasons.

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    Portrait of design-duo Barber Osgerby for Scandinavian colour and design house, Blēo.

    Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby founded their East London studio in 1996. For more than two decades their work has challenged the boundaries of design, while their commitment to lecturing, workshops and studio practice supports the development of new generations of designers. Barber Osgerby’s approach emphasises experimentation and innovation, with an exploratory attitude to materiality and colour. From these areas of focus emerge solutions that reflect the close relationship of their work with industrial processes and new technologies, but also its affinities with fine art.